I am a careers advisor who has worked in education for over 20 years. I have experience both professionally and personally with ADHD. I offer career advice for school students (looking at subject selections), tertiary students (looking at course interest), adults and career changers and also interview/resume coaching. My experience tells me that people with ADHD need a different skill set when it comes to taking on career advice and this is something that I can help with in terms of organizing, planning and strategizing plans. For more information, please go to https://clairepechcareers.com/.
Owner & Tutor: Dr Samantha Hornery Dr Samantha Hornery has been providing tutoring services in Sydney’s southern suburbs for over 20 years, with a focus on children who find learning difficult, perhaps due to concerns such as dyslexia, dyscalculia or ADHD. Samantha provides an initial assessment and an individualised weekly program from her Oatley premises. Assessments can be arranged on their own, without ongoing sessions, as well as consultancy support in areas including ways technology can empower learning outcomes.
Exceptional Learners Providing dynamic learning support and bespoke tutoring for special needs children, children with learning difficulties and behavioural challenges. 5-18 years of age. Our focus is building on strengths, interests and ability in a supportive environment. Our belief is to empower parents with the skills, knowledge and understand to continue the learning at home. Our Mission: To improve the educational and mental health outcomes of all young Australians, particularly the neurodiverse. Exceptional Vision: Empower parents with the skills and knowledge to advocate for their child’s unique educational needs. Provide educational facilities and educators with the knowledge, skills and tools to meet their legal and moral responsibilities in providing an inclusive education in support of their students. Enlighten neurodiverse children with a knowledge of their disability and discover their strengths and potential through a collaborative strengths-based perspective. Contact: Simon Da Roza
Learning Links is a not-for-profit charitable organisation with over 40 years of experience in helping kids learn. Our vision is to provide children and young people who have difficulties learning with the skills, services and family support that enable them to reach their full potential. We work with children, parents, carers, families and professionals across Sydney and NSW. How we can help? Our specialist professionals work with children who have learning difficulties/disabilities to address concerns with: • Speech, language and communication • Fine and gross motor development • Literacy and numeracy • Anxiety, depression, low self esteem, social skills and behaviour • Developmental delay, ADHD & Dyslexia, Dyscalculia & Dysgraphia, High Functioning Autism, Sensory Processing Disorders Our Approach We understand that every child is unique with different strengths and difficulties and that each family has their own set of challenges and goals. We tailor the best possible program for each child and offer families access to a caring and committed team of highly qualified experts across therapy, teaching and psychology. Main Office: Peakhurst 12-14 Pindari Road Peakhurst Other locations: Liverpool Shop 2, 54-56 Macquarie Street (North) Liverpool Bella Vista 6a/7 Meridian Place Bella Vista Maroubra 2, Level 3, Bowen Library Building 669-673 Anzac Parade Maroubra
Neurosensory Neurosensory is a specialised educational and remedial teaching practice that provides educational therapy and remedial teaching for children and adults alike who have learning disorders or learning difficulties. They operate irrespective of age, ethnicity, economic status, cultural background, religion or area or level of disability and treat both child and adult with dignity and respect. "We are educational therapists and NDIS providers that work with children and adults with learning difficulties and disabilities." Educational Consultant and specialist remedial teacher: Antonia Canaris
Rebus Education and Learning Director Erika Balla-Harper is an educator Specializing in students with ADHD. Common challenges for ADHD include organisation, sensory overload, academic anxiety, school refusal, dysgraphia, dyscalculia and feeling "stuck". Showing students how to break down learning tasks and assignments into ADHD friendly formats. Helping students to "fill in the gaps" of their knowledge. Creating Individual Learning Plans (ILP) and writing school letters. Fostering independent learning and confidence in the classroom. All sessions are based on evidence based practice and directly linked to the curriculum taught in schools. Qualified Secondary and Primary Teacher with MA in Learning Difficulties. Providing tutoring, guidance, and coaching for students aged 8-18 - Teenagers especially. One on one sessions either in person or via zoom. Purpose built space in Diamond Creek Melbourne. https://www.facebook.com/Rebus-Education-and-Learning-114406380105598/
Sharon Bramble is an educational consultant and the creator of ALERT Learning – a patented multi-sensory, learning system for educators, parents and students. Sharon began her career in education in 1997 when she established a learning centre in the Southern Highlands at which she tutored more than a thousand students of all ages and abilities. She developed a unique method of teaching which earned her a reputation as a remedial specialist working with children and adults with complex diagnoses and co-morbidities, including dyslexia, ADHD, dysgraphia and autism. In 2007, Sharon was approached by the principal of a primary school in south-west Sydney to train his staff in her unique methodology, for which she now holds an Australian patent. Before long, numerous primary schools were running the program and the Education Minister along with local MPs visited as NAPLAN results were the highest in the school’s history. In 2010, Sharon was invited to run a five-year trial at a Western Sydney high school during which she trained teachers across all subject areas. Throughout the trial the school achieved unprecedented NAPLAN results. In the fourth year, the school’s value-added growth (improvement) was the highest in New South Wales for every component of...